After opening and running her first gallery in Barbizon for 20 years, Suzanne Tarasieve moved to Paris in 2003, in the Rue Louise Weiss neighborhood (13th arrondissement). In 2008, she opened a second space, LOFT 19, offering temporary exhibitions and a residency program to support her foreign artists. In 2011, Suzanne Tarasieve moved her main gallery from the 13th arrondissement to the Marais (Paris), pursuing a goal of representing emerging and established artists, with an international exhibition program evoking the great historical transformations of the 20th and 21st centuries. The program is developed in collaboration with museums, art centers and curators. The synergy between LOFT 19 and the Marais gallery allows Suzanne Tarasieve to produce and present works ranging from Neo-Expressionism (Markus Lüpertz, Georg Baselitz, A. R. Penck, Jörg Immendorff, Sigmar Polke) to recent works by her younger artists. The gallery also represents three renowned photographers: Boris Mikhailov, Juergen Teller and Jürgen Klauke.